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March 14th, 2016

While Brian is going to continue talking about relevant topics on the podcast each week, we thought it was a good time to bring back the weekly link roundup. The world is a big, interesting and sometimes strange place, and because we know you’ve probably got enough on your plate, we want to do our part to highlight a few of all of those things for you.

Did you hear Ariana Grande swear during her SNL monologue? How about her impressions of Celine Dion, Whitney Houston, Rihanna, Shakira, and Britney Spears?

“Miles Ahead” looks to highlight not just Miles Davis’ contribution to the Jazz industry, but his adaptive style through the decades.

Next time you complain about how slow the internet is, be thankful it’s not 1984.

A continued conversation about breaking up in the age of connectivity. Is this just karma for over sharing our relationships and statuses online? “It’s complicated” is really an understatement.

Speaking of over-sharing, SXSW is underway and we’re a bit surprised to see who was the opening keynote to challenge the tech industry.

Is J.Crew doomed to slowly fall of the fashion grid? This is a topic we’ve been wondering about too.

Elmo, aka “Layzie Bone,” appears in a rap video.

PSA: don’t download Trump chrome extensions and publish articles.

There is a new buzzword for people looking to break the mold in pop culture, and they will be known as “style-disrupters.” Seems like a weird opening to compare them to kale…

Are Canadians really so nice that they didn’t know there would be gender disparity in a survey about oral sex?

Did we miss anything from last week? Chime in below and share your favorite stories with us.

Thanks for reading.

Stylishly Yours,

Robin West
He Spoke Style

Robin Sacawa

Robin Sacawa is a Content Strategist with over 18+ years experience in social, editorial, digital, and influencer programs across Pharma, CPG, Women’s Health, Fashion, and Editorial Publications. Her focus is understanding the audience behaviors that fuel integrated programs, channel nuances, the need for innovation, and message hierarchy. All while having fun doing it! When Robin was two years old she was asked what she wanted to be when she grew up and she immediately said “a puppy.” This is still her dream

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